Let It Bee

Sustainable, natural products,

made with help from our bees!

A range of 100% natural products

At Let It Bee, we use honey and beeswax to hand make products for ourselves, our friends and families, which we’re pleased to share with you.

We hope you like them!

Skincare Products

Our Let It Bee skincare products are naturally nourishing, harnessing the antiseptic and moisturising qualities of honey and beeswax.

100% natural, they are ideal for those with sensitive skin.

All our soaps, hand balms and lip balms are handmade in small batches, using honey and beeswax from our own bees in south Birmingham.

Bee-utiful Beeswax

Beeswax is a natural wax produced by worker bees in the hives of honeybees.

It has a pleasant honey aroma but no taste and is used in the food industry, as a film to wrap cheese for maturing or as a food additive to give shine to the products, making it perfect for our food wraps and snack bags.

Beeswax also makes great candles, which burn brightly and give off a delightful scent without the need for any added fragrance or toxins.

Latest news and events

Our latest news

It’s Plastic Free July!

It’s Plastic Free July and a great opportunity for us all to think about what we’re buying and how we can make some permanent changes to reduce the amount of plastic in our day-to-day lives.

Propolis – it’s bee magic

From propolis tincture to bee magic salve  You might not have heard about it before, and it really doesn’t look much, but propolis, or bee-glue, is really amazing stuff! Bees collect it from sticky tree buds and sap and use it to coat the inside of the hive and fill...

Why do bees swarm?

If you see a big, swirling cloud heading out across the rooftops and trees, it could be a swarm of honey bees. They have left the safety and warmth of their hive and are flying off to find a new home – a hole in a tree, a chimney or an empty hive. It's an awesome...

Make your garden irresistible to bees

Spring is finally here. As the weather warms up honeybees are emerging to look for nectar and pollen, food that provides the energy needed to build up their colonies. With an average of at least 20,000 to 40,000 bees in a typical beehive, they need lots of food!

Beauty and the Bees

Products from the beehive have improved human lives for thousands of years. So what bee goodies do we use in our different skincare products and why?  Our bees produce raw, unheated honey which is a natural source of amino acids, vitamins, minerals and antioxidants....

Visit us at a market

Birmingham Honey Show, 10 & 11 September 2022

This is a must for local honey lovers. The beautiful Winterbourne Gardens will be buzzing with all things bees and honey to celebrate Heritage Open Days. Hope to see you there!

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